Posts by tag: The Empire Strikes Back

Prop Store Live Auction 2017 Presents… 80s Sci-FI Icons

Welcome to the first of our Preview Blogs for the Prop Store 2017 Live Auction. During August and September, we will give you a weekly advance preview of some of the very special items that we have in store for you….

Prop Store’s presents… Trekking Off the Page

Our blog coverage of the Star Wars & Star Trek Blueprint Auction is back and, as promised, we are sticking to a galaxy a little closer to home this time and exploring some of the great Star Trek lots in the sale…

Prop Store’s presents… Designs From Far, Far Away

Our Star Wars & Star Trek Blueprint Auction represents some of the very best design work that two of our favorite galaxies have to offer. We will examine lots from the Star Trek side of the aisle soon enough but, never ones to cross the streams more than we need to, let’s first dive in to some of the standout lots brought to us from long ago in that far off galaxy…

Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – Luke Skywalker “Force Jump” Puppet

Our UK Copywriter Peter Cooper talks about the incredible Luke Skywalker “force jump” puppet from Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars Original Stormtrooper Blaster

Written by Stephen Lane
This article was originally written as an in-depth look at a piece Prop Store had for sale. Unfortunately we have none of these in stock at this time

Star Wars: The Original Trilogy – On Location in Tunisia

In the summer of 2001 Prop Store team member Brandon Alinger traveled to Tunisia in search of the original filming locations for Star Wars: ANH, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and the Star Wars prequels. Seventeen-year-old Brandon managed to convince his parents the trip would make an ideal family vacation, and spent a week traveling the country and seeing the Star Wars sites. While many fans have visited the Tunisian locations over the years, at that point there had only been a handful of visitors and information was scarce. Gus Lopez had a website dedicated to Star Wars locations, and Jeremy Beckett had produced a guidebook which covered many of the sites.